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Photography: Documentary

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This class will explore how photography can be effectively used as a tool for creative documentation. You may work in any photographic mediums with which you are experienced-- analog B/W, color, or digital (most students opt for digital).  DSLR multimedia work is also an option for later in the quarter. Students will be expected to maintain an online blog/web gallery showing in-progress photography with appropriate text.  Final projects must address a particular topic (from your perspective) and clearly communicate your message to a broad audience.

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Photography: Digital

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This course will introduce students to photographic practice through digital means. Building from students' existing photographic skills and vocabulary, we will explore image-making with digital cameras and work with computers, scanners, inkjet printers, and studio lighting.  A brief introduction to digital video may also be included.  Students will create work as exhibition-quality prints, and also create a photographic portfolio for the Web.

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Photography: Beginning

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This course emphasizes beginning-level skill development in camera use, lighting, exposure, black/white film and print processing. We will also briefly explore digital photography techniques. The essential elements of the class will include assignments, critiques and surveys of images by other photographers. Students of this class will develop a basic understanding of the language of photography, as a communications tool and a means for personal expression. Students must invest ample time outside of class to complete assignments.

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History of Agriculture in Washington State: 1880 - 2020

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Agriculture in Washington first developed during a period of agrarian revolt. Populism, in its many forms, took root in our state through political organizations such as the Grange – an agriculturally based fraternal organization that played a dominant role in the politics of the state prior to WWII. Both agriculture and politics were shaped by the replacement of the family farm with corporations controlled by national and international financial interests.

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Doing Good and Doing Well: Ethics and Sustainable Business Management

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To sustain success over the long run, businesses need a strong ethical culture, both internally and in relation to society at large. In this one-quarter program, we will study ethics in businesses, specifically in the areas of ethical leadership, organizational culture, financial management, and social responsibility. We will need to develop a firm understanding of the realities of business financial management and leadership, so as to address the ethical challenges that people in business regularly confront.

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Land, Water and the Public Interest

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This course explores how the state’s system of local governance influences environmental policy and land use planning. We will investigate the dynamic relationships between cities, counties and special purpose districts as they struggle to deliver critical programs and services. We will examine the history and implementation of the Shoreline Management Act and the Growth Management Act – and examine their impact on community development across the state.

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Why Business Succeed: Finance and Management for Small Businesses and Non-Profits

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Small businesses and non-profit enterprises are growth engines for building communities and implementing social justice and equity. This program will develop the financial management  competencies required to  run a sustainable small business or a non-profit organization.

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Thinking Clearly in Difficult Times

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When we are inundated with information and misinformation on all sides, how can we sort through it all and come to reasonable, reflectively acceptable positions on the central issues of our day? How do we think our way through pressing social issues that require responses—issues such as climate change and social inequality?

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